Napa County Housing Authority

The Napa County Housing Authority (NCHA) is focused primarily on addressing the need for safe and affordable housing for farm workers, particularly those in the migrant/seasonal category who, in turn, support the agricultural industry of Napa County. The three farm worker centers provide housing for an underserved, but critical, segment of our society.

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Farmworker Centers

Currently, there are three publicly owned and operated farmworker housing centers in Napa County. Each center houses 60 workers and is open 11 months per year. For information on housing availability at the centers, please contact the on-site Center Manager (contact information listed below).

Calistoga Farmworker Center

3996 North St Helena HWY
Calistoga, CA 94515

Manager: Gil Ortiz
Phone: 707-321-4961

Mondavi Farmworker Center

5589 Silverado Trail
Napa, CA 94558

Manager: Erwin Montoya
Phone: 707-333-9683

River Ranch Farmworker Center

1109 Silverado Trail
St Helena, CA 94574

Manager: Jose Servin
Phone: 707-280-7627

For information on number of available beds at each Center, click link below.
Para obtener información sobre la cantidad de camas disponibles en cada centro, haga clic en el enlace a continuación. 

Housing Commission

The Napa County Housing Commission (NCHC), an advisory body to the Housing Authority and Board of Supervisors, was reconstituted in late 2015 to expand its focus from overseeing the three migrant centers to including reviews of any project requesting funding from the County's Affordable Housing Fund.